Privacy Impact Assessment: Comparing Methodologies with a Focus on Practicality

@inproceedings{Bisztray2019PrivacyIA,
  title={Privacy Impact Assessment: Comparing Methodologies with a Focus on Practicality},
  author={Tamas Bisztray and Nils Gruschka},
  booktitle={NordSec},
  year={2019}
}
Privacy and data protection have become more and more important in the recent years since an increasing number of enterprises and startups are harvesting personal data as a part of their business model. One central requirement of the GDPR is the implementation of a data protection impact assessment for privacy critical systems. However, the law does not dictate a special assessment methods. 
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